Physical therapy is a profession that assists individuals of all ages with restoring, improving or maintaining functional independence. Physical therapists promote healing and wellness and work with individuals to return them quickly and safely to maximum function. PTs will help you reduce and manage your pain, improve your postural awareness, prevent dysfunction and help you develop a customized home exercise program.
To schedule an appointment, call 260-724-2145, ext. 11031.
Services & Treatments
- Orthopedic rehabilitation (post-injury/post-surgery)
- Neurological treatment
- Aquatic therapy
- Vestibular rehab (balance therapy)
- Dry needling
- Kineso taping
- Myofascial release
- Manual therapy
- Amputee rehabilitation
- Adaptive device training
- Instrumental Assisted Soft Tissue Massage (IASTM)
- Balance and gait training
- Custom foot orthotic inserts
- Edema management
- Customized home exercise programs
- Fall prevention
- Functional capacity evaluations
- Headache/migraine relief
- Joint protection
- LSVT BIG (for Parkinson’s disease)
- Lymphedema management
- Mechanical traction
- Neck pain relief
- Neuromuscular re-education
- Planter fasciitis
- Pre- and post-op joint replacement therapy
- Post-operative care
- Post-offer employment screens
- Scar management
- Sports rehabilitation
- Strength retraining
- Therapeutic activities
- Therapeutic exercises
- Urinary Incontinence
- Vestibular rehabilitation
- Work conditioning
- WorkSTEPS Provider®
- Wheelchair assessments
- Application of physical modalities
The HydroWorx 350 is the new benchmark for freestanding unweighting devices. Utilizing warm water therapy as a medium to enhance rehabilitation and performance through water’s buoyancy, resistance and hydrostatic pressure, this advanced hydrotherapy system provides the ultimate rehabilitation advantage. With a 7-inch longer treadmill belt, it accurately simulates land-based walking, retro-walking, jogging and sprinting with underwater treadmill speeds ranging from 0.1 to 10 mph. With 40% more jet power, patients can increase their conditioning, strength and flexibility.
- Water supports the body, limiting weight bearing.
- Buoyancy makes standing easier for people with weakness.
- Warmth of water allows for more pain-free exercise.
- Hydrostatic pressure can help reduce edema.
- Water provides great core-strengthening exercise.
- Water can be used for resistance.
Pediatric Physical Therapy
- Core-strengthening exercises
- Gross motor skills exercises
- Mobility exercises
- Gait skills
- Range of motion
Meet the Team
Sonny Bihasa, DPT
Sonny received his doctorate in physical therapy and has worked at Adams Rehabilitation for 14 years. In 2019, he was named Decatur Newspaper’s Readers’ Choice for Best Physical Therapist. Sonny’s areas of expertise include manual therapy techniques to relieve acute and chronic pain in musculoskeletal conditions and pre- and post-operative orthopedic conditions. He also specializes in pre- and post-offer functional employment tests and mobility assessment for sports performance.
Luke Laskowski, DPT
Luke enjoys working with patients from a variety of backgrounds and different medical conditions. He uses a manual therapy approach in combination with therapeutic exercise to help restore and correct movement dysfunction.
Maharani (Rani) Reyes-Martin, PT
Rani has treated patients of different age groups, from pediatric to geriatric populations, with orthopedic, spinal and neurological disorders. Rani has been a certified LSVT BIG clinician providing specialized treatments for patients with Parkinson’s disease since 2013. Certified in ASTYM, she uses a systematic approach to treat the lumbopelvic region using manual therapy.
Tara Riehm, PT
Tara has been a physical therapist with Adams Memorial Hospital since June 2018. She has 24 years of experience in multiple treatments for orthopedic and neurological conditions, in both outpatient and rehab settings. Tara’s areas of expertise include neurologic PT, wheelchair seating evaluations and orthopedic/manual therapy. She also specializes in amputee rehab, post-trauma rehab and multidisciplinary approach with patients with stroke or brain injury.
Angela Vogel, PT, MS
Angie is director of rehabilitation services and oversees Adams’ physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists and athletic trainers. She has provided PT services in a variety of settings, including inpatient acute rehab hospital, long-term care, home health care, assisted living, inpatient and outpatient. Her goal is to provide exceptional and specialized services to the community at the highest standard of care.
Mark Watson, DPT
Mark pursues post-graduate education in orthopedic and vestibular rehabilitation, including treatment of Benign Paroxysmal Peripheral Vertigo (BPPV) and balance dysfunctions. In addition, Mark provides fitting and adjustments for Sole Support custom foot orthotics.
Bertha Hilty, PTA, LMT
Bertha enjoys treating patients of all ages from pediatrics to geriatrics in all of Adams Network Rehab settings, including: long term care, assisted living, outpatient, and inpatient. She is certified in Craniosacral 1 techniques. Bertha is also a Licensed Massage Therapist trained in Swedish massage, positional release, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, deep tissue massage, and prenatal massage.
Greta Siebert, PTA
Greta received her Associate’s degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant from Rhodes State College in 1997. She began her career with Adams Health Network in 1997 where she treats patients of all ages and diagnoses at the Decatur office located at Adams Memorial Hospital and at the Berne Out Patient Clinic located at Swiss Village in Berne. Greta is certified in LSVT BIG, a holistic treatment approach for people with Parkinson’s disease that is designed to help patients apply the skills they learn in therapy sessions to more confident movements in their everyday lives. She is a member of the AMH Diabetes Team, educating clients with diabetes and pre-diabetes about the importance of foot and skin care. Greta is the Center Coordinator for Clinical Education for Physical Therapy as well as an APTA Credentialed Clinical Instructor, mentoring students who are completing their clinical education as PTA students at AMH. Greta is also an ASTYM certified clinician.
Lisa Lykins, PTA/CLT
Lisa completed her degree in Physical Therapy Assistant from Ivy Tech, Muncie. Lisa started working at Adams Health Network September 2015. She is a certified lymphedema therapist treating a variety of clients, hospital acute in-patient therapy services, and skilled rehab to home services.
Traci Dues, PTA, LMT
Traci enjoys treating patients from all of Adams Network Rehab settings ranging from long term care to outpatient and inpatient. She mainly treats patients in the setting of Assisted Living and Independent Living. Traci is certified in Myofascial Release Techniques, and she is a Licensed Massage Therapist with 15 years of experience. She is trained in Swedish massage, positional release, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, deep tissue massage, and prenatal massage.